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Yesterday 05:05 PM
wrathfuldeity
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Originally Posted by mojo maestro View Post
I was kiddin' about intimidating a dog. We lost our old buddy, "Cisco" about a month ago. His younger "brother" needs a new companion. I'm not quite ready yet.......but I have been lookin'. Your sister's coons.....any of them been polydactyl?
Get an alpha cat that thinks he's a dog. Mr. Tuna is that...an only child, was the runt of two litters and nutered...so he's got something to prove only weighing 9 lbs. He will only tolerate dogs that cower to and walk around him.
Yesterday 04:46 PM
neni
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Originally Posted by mojo maestro View Post
I was kiddin' about intimidating a dog. We lost our old buddy, "Cisco" about a month ago. His younger "brother" needs a new companion. I'm not quite ready yet.......but I have been lookin'. Your sister's coons.....any of them been polydactyl?
Nope.

Awww... sorry to hear. It's awful to loose a furry friend. My sympathies! Miss mine still a lot. But to get the "new" ones very quickly was - for me - the right decision. They brought so much life n softened the griev, brought back smiles while watching them play. If your other is still young and loves to play, I wouldn't wait too long to get him a companion.
Yesterday 04:30 PM
mojo maestro
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Hers usually became 14-15yo. Yeah... it's one of the breeds which are so super popular that many dubious "breeders" produce unhealthy lines cos they sell so good. Sister never had such health issues with hers (she had Main Coon for 30y) but she selects the breeders very carefully...

Main Coon are impressive due to their hugeness, but they're rather calm n very friendly. If you want that dog intimidated? Get a Siam. Those are lively brave beasts with lot of self confidence. Or, if it's gotta be long hair, Norvegian Wood cats are pretty impressive as well.
I was kiddin' about intimidating a dog. We lost our old buddy, "Cisco" about a month ago. His younger "brother" needs a new companion. I'm not quite ready yet.......but I have been lookin'. Your sister's coons.....any of them been polydactyl?
Yesterday 04:19 PM
neni
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Originally Posted by mojo maestro View Post
Do you know, about, how old they be? Any lingering health issues? I've been looking online.......see all kinds of horror stories. Unscrupulous breeders, health issues, hip issues......etc. Want a cat that intimidates the neighbors dogs. I can't find a mountain lion for sale anywhere.....
Hers usually became 14-15yo. Yeah... it's one of the breeds which are so super popular that many dubious "breeders" produce unhealthy lines cos they sell so good. Sister never had such health issues with hers (she had Main Coon for 30y) but she selects the breeders very carefully...

Main Coon are impressive due to their hugeness, but they're rather calm n very friendly. If you want that dog intimidated? Get a Siam. Those are lively brave beasts with lot of self confidence. Or, if it's gotta be long hair, Norvegian Wood cats are pretty impressive as well.
Yesterday 03:53 PM
mojo maestro
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Yeah, my sister has 'em beasts.
Do you know, about, how old they be? Any lingering health issues? I've been looking online.......see all kinds of horror stories. Unscrupulous breeders, health issues, hip issues......etc. Want a cat that intimidates the neighbors dogs. I can't find a mountain lion for sale anywhere.....
Yesterday 03:24 PM
neni
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Any of you cat lovers ever own, or know someone, who has owned a Maine Coon?
Yeah, my sister has 'em beasts.
Yesterday 03:13 PM
elstinky 10purrrrrrrr
01-28-2016 09:22 AM
mojo maestro Any of you cat lovers ever own, or know someone, who has owned a Maine Coon?
12-13-2015 05:29 AM
Rogue Awww what a cute picture all tangled up, if you weren't already married I would start to worry about you being a cat lady I'm happy you're enjoying them and now you can take the furballs with you!
12-13-2015 05:02 AM
neni Couldn't resist to share this hilarious pic.
The beasties grow fast, little teenagers already. We've been lucky, both have a very kind and affectionated character. Very different but both very lovely. They already took over some rites we shared with the old ones e.g. little Jibby joins my morning coffe on the porch rite even in the cold.

Since they're so young, we tried to take them with us to the cottage (the old ones were so very afraid n stressed in the car we didn't take them with us) and they don't bother the drive... so they are weekend warrior alpine kittens now .
Very happy with them
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